The Living Room is graced by a paneled fireplace wall. On the shelves is a collection of antique windmill weights.
The Living Room also accomodates the dining table. An open "pass-through" provides a visual connection to the Kitchen, beyond.
The massive antique oak refectory table was found in England.
A pass-through counter serves as a beverage center and provides a visual connection from the Kitchen to the Living Room / Dining Room.
The stone range surround in the Kitchen is designed to recall an antique fireplace.
Built-in "cubbies" for each member of the family keep the Mud Room organized. The floor is paved with antique French limestone.
The Family Room's antique timbers give it the feeling of a converted barn. The coffee table, constructed of massive timbers, continues the theme.
The Family Room features a large oval breakfast table and a massive stone fireplace. Colorful antique accessories include a playful tin barbecue sign above the mantle.
A favorite winter destination, the Sun Room has triple-hung windows and painted wood wall sheathing.
The Study's leather lounge chairs provide a comfortable reading spot next to the fire.
The Study's ceiling is defined by antique timbers. The flooring throughout is reclaimed antique oak.
The Wine Room's cabinetry is constructed of reclaimed antique chestnut.
A comfortable windowseat in the Guest Room overlooks distant mountain views.
The front stair features a graceful curved railing.
A farm table in the sunny Upper Stair Hall is a favorite spot for doing homework or playing board games.
The Master Bedroom is designed to be a retreat, with a comfortable seating area beside the fireplace.
The highlight of the Master Bathroom is a free-standing burnished iron bathtub.
A colorful custom hooked rug sets the tone for this fun boy's bedroom.
The graphic custom hooked rug of the daughter's bedroom contrasts the graceful antique poster bed.
First Floor Plan of the new rambling Stone Farmhouse
Second floor plan of the new Stone Farmhouse.